Apart from ocarinas, flutes and zithers, many huge sets of bell-chimes and lithophones
have been found in the tombs of nobles of the Warring States period of the Zhou dynasty (Falkenhausen 1993), of which the most celebrated is a chime of 65 bells from the tomb of the Marquis Yi of Zeng, from the 5th century BC (illus.
Idiophones are much in evidence: clay rattles, sistra, lithophones
The sixty-five bells form a composite set, carefully arranged in a rack, and matched with another rack of thirty-two lithophones
Bagley's essay on them, by far the longest contribution in the book, is as much the centerpiece of this volume as the bells and lithophones
themselves are of the instruments excavated at Leigudun.